Lourdes Leon, daughter of Madonna and personal trainer Carlos Leon, is all grown up and dating “Homeland” actor Timothee Chalamet! According to Page Six, the two attend the famed La Guardia High School of Performing Arts.Us Weekly, "Dating is a loose term for it, but yes, they are teenagers being teenagers so I guess you can call it that. It has not been going on for very long at all."
Reality TV star Kelly Osbourne has become the new face of Madonna and Lourdes Leon's fashion line, Material Girl -- and Osbourne tells "Extra" she's loving it!
"It was so much fun to get to work with Madonna, but especially Lourdes. I think she's a fantastic girl," gushed Osbourne. "Lourdes picked out all the outfits, and Madonna oversaw everything and made sure the looks were going in the right direction. But really it isn't just a publicity ploy. Lourdes does most of the work."
Just 24 hours after a stalker scare, Madonna walked the pink carpet with daughter Lourdes for the New York launch of their clothing line, Material Girl.
She's been called lots of things -- Madge, Esther, Queen of Pop -- but there's one moniker Madonna has never been able to escape.
"Material Girl. Everyone relates that title to me because of a song I did 300 years ago," sighed Madonna, talking to "Extra" at the opening of her and daughter Lourdes' new clothing line, called, what else? Material Girl!
Madonna's 4-year-old son David is following in her footsteps!
"He knows every song, every word, every step, and he wants to wear all the costumes," the singer dished on the British morning show "GMTV." "He likes my dress that I wear in 'La Isla' [Bonita]."
Big brother Rocco also loves performing. The 9-year-old joined Madonna on stage during her Sticky & Sweet tour.
"When he jumped on stage to dance in my last show, I was shocked actually," Madonna revealed. "And secretly, unbeknownst to me, they're all studying privately with my dancers. And Rocco comes out and busts out, like, a moonwalk or, you know, some kind of break-dancing move."
Daughter Lourdes, 13, has also gotten into the action by appearing in Madonna's "Celebration" video and announcing she hopes to become an actress.
Madonna's adopted daughter Mercy has reportedly reunited with the superstar in London.
Chifundo "Mercy" James flew from her native Malawi on a private jet headed for London, the AP reports.
An airport employee and a person familiar with Madonna's adoption proceedings said the 3-year-old left late Friday. She was reportedly accompanied on the flight by a nanny, a child nurse and a third assistant.
A week ago, Malawi's highest court overturned an April lower court decision and ruled that the 50-year-old Queen of Pop could adopt Mercy. Madonna adopted son David Banda from Malawi in 2006.
Mercy should have reached London, where Madonna has a home, Saturday morning, the AP reports. She will join Madonna's other children, David, 3, Lourdes, 12, and Rocco, 8.
Despite having her bid to adopt a young Malawian girl denied, Madonna has emailed one of the nation's newspapers to explain why she'd still like to care for Mercy, 3.
Madonna, seen yesterday at London's Heathrow Airport with daughter Lourdes, wrote, "I want to provide Mercy with a home, a loving family environment and the best education and healthcare possible." She added, "It's my hope that she, like David, will one day return to Malawi and help the people of their country."
The singer's statement continues, "Though I have been advised that I cannot publicly discuss the pending appeal regarding my desire to adopt Mercy, I do want to say how much I appreciate the level of support that I have received from the people of Malawi and my friends around the world."
A residency law in Malawi has prevented Madonna from adopting a second child there. The residency requirement for prospective parents is 18 to 24 months.
People reports Madonna "kept wringing her hands" after her Malawian lawyer broke the news to her. The 50-year-old superstar filed adoption papers for 4-year-old Mercy James on Monday and was not present in court.
At the hearing, the judge said child welfare officers are required to find suitable prospective parents and "not someone who just flies in and out." In terms of the child, "I think the welfare of Chifundo [African for 'Mercy'] will be better served if she grows within the environment of the culture of Malawi," she said.
Other reports had the judge concerned about others wanting to take advantage of non-residency laws to traffic in children.
Madonna's lawyer Alan Chinula says he has "filed notice for appeal in the Supreme Court of Appeal."